Near Potomac in Vermilion County, Illinois — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
Potomac (Illinois) War Memorial
Spanish American War - Civil War - W.W. I - W.W. II - Korean War - Vietnam - Gulf War - Lebanon Conflict
In Honor of all men aand women who served our Nation in war and peace.
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Robert Keal Jack Bergman Robert Raymond Phillip Thornton Greg Thornton Dallas Denison Allan Criblez Ray Frank Butler, I Mark O. James Sherman O. James Edward P. James Marlou F. James Tyrus (Ty) Franklin John Osborn, Sr. Jody A. Pasco Larry Larkin Jack L. Esworthy Curt Grider Sharon K. Tuggle Paul Talbott Thomas Talbott H. Eugene Halcomb Sherrill L. Halcomb Donald W. Ashcraft Ray Downing Howard Downing Richard Gene Jameson G. Donovan Coil Ross Allen Coil Floyd Lewis Coil Dale Elliott Lewis F. Duncan Robert David Judy Bill Ferrell Bud Ferrell Harvey W. Bogard Paul R. Gray
Brandon L. Hoth Ralph Forrest Larry H. Smith Cliff Kitchen Raymond V. Alexander Robert L. Alexander William T. Allen Ronald J. Allison Russell D. Allison
David L. Judy * Alfred Talbott, Jr. Frances Craft Elmer T. McConnell Thomas D. Clem Maxine F. Martin James C. Taylor Clint E. Fisher Clarence E. Blankenship Guy E. Seymour Carrol W. Coil Walter Carpenter F. Porter McCalla Arthur Beck Frank Reed Curry Voss Gilbert A. Mockbee Arnet F. Tyler Raymond Esteppe Ray Barnett Leroy Ellett Samuel N. Adam Warren N. Shaw Durrard B. Shaw Marvin E. Duncan Joseph A. Nosler Thomas W. Young Cleo Mockbee Plamer White Curtis L. Judy Paul Shain John A. Talbott Merle D. Sager, Sr. Asa K. Cottle Clark W. Burton Hosea G. Crandall C. Thomas Moreland Leonard M. Grove Wendell A. Lane Gerald G. Hargan Warren W. Williams Floyd D. Williams William B. Wagoner James P. Knott Carl Knott James H. Cade Ralph B. Elliot William J. Dukes William L. Bird Harry K. Ping William Guy Judy George Hickman Shirley L. Smith Thomas H. Holden
Col. Margaret Harper Kenneth T. Dearth Frank E. Bever William F. Shanks Kenneth Miles John A. Holderman Huston M. Watson Everett F. Poulson Ralph G. Grimes John Powell Loel W. Brow Jack Wright Verlon L. Brown Curtis H. Dawes Frank O. Davis General W. Meister, Jr. William L. Pettice John H. Carpenter John C. Simonton Henry H. Isom Arthur W. Barstead, Sr. French Spain, Sr. Samuel B. Aldridge Orvill J. Hansen Harry L. Allison Robert H. Vaughn, Sr. Douglas S. Alexander Harold K. Watson Bert E. Fisher Benjamin F. Behimer, Jr. Robert E. Jeakins Robert W. Tennyson Glen Wright Richard L. (Dick) Wright Dale W. Jameson James R. Cade Hugh Okane Terry J. Thomas William L. Miller Jonathon Stewart Scott J. Armantrout Maurice Knoll Fred R. Hudson Alvin Wilson Merle H. Mockbee Mark S. Armantrout Joseph L. Reed Martin C. Frye John A. Wilkens Jack L. Gossett Lester Hanson Gene Hanson Harold Creighton John R. Swan John R. Swan, II Dennis R. Smock Donald F. Taylor Leon Lindley
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Gary McClellan Bobby Eugene Cox, Sr. Melvin v. Evans Harold L. Hoshauer Donald E. Smith Donald G. Kennel William S. Burke E. Dale Talott Ronald G. Howie William L. Miller Melvin V. Evans Harry L. Allison James P. Van Gilder Bobby D. (Bob) Ellis Walter Carpenter J. Thomas Barrett Robert L. Bezely Martin L. Bice Thomas A. Cruppenink Carroll K. Darrow Donald E. Doran Lowell Hoshauer Roy E. McMahan James Menke Melodie R. Menke John Morrison, Jr. Harold V. Perry Jack W. Prillaman Charles Remole Gordon Rice Stephen G. Rice Harold D. Spain Truman F. Spain Wilbur L. Spain F. H. Stevenson Steven R. Torbet Eugene Vermillion James C. Voss William E. Borror Lyle W. Kinney Donald C. Wolfe Weldon Sheets John R. Lane Grace C. Abbott Howard Porter Charles R. Ballengee II Merril E. Birch John H . Camp Larry J. Creighton Harris Carley James C. Edenburn Robert W. Edenburn Harold E. Hoskins Richard L. Hoskins Jerry Hoth Vivian Hoth Delbert Remole William F. Schnulle Charles E. Shumate Larry L. Tellier Henry Thornton
Glen Forrest Richard Ansburg James E. Saunders Robert Huffman Oscar Bray Jesse L. Lesure J. David Judy W. Scott Judy Rick Anderson Edward F. Frye Donald E. Elliott Don Endsley Maj. Theodore Lemke Clifford E. Auth Maurice Auth David W. Darrow Robert Hoshauer Gene Hoshauer Dale Berry Willie M. Carter David J. Carter SCW Mark Carter SW William B. Carter Nick Lawless Frank W. Davis Harold (Bud) Sollars T Sgt Lloyd Barton Larry Lawless Jack Cade John T. Hoskins Jesse S. Hoskins Curtis Sollars, Jr. George Pannbacker Lester E. Birt Gordon Hoskins Lee Flack Adam E. Hoskins Ronald Meitzler James C. Hoskins Jerry D. Hoskins Steven Pettice E. Clem Edgington Richard P. Fourez Ray R. Fulk Haskell C. Haley Wilbur Creighton Billy Helfrich Robert E. Ellis Donald L. Stahl John Howie Charles C. Crawford Arden L. Crawford Frank E. Taylor Robert (Bob) Taylor Sheila M. Thompson David R. Thompson Jack B. Haltiwanger Alois (Ollie) Clementz Elmer E. Wright David M. Hamilton Robert (Larry) McMahan Roy McMahan, Jr. Eugene (Gene) Tutlis Jay Alexander Jack M. Britt Larry Larkin John Howie Bill J. Fitzsimmons
There are no names etched in the Right Memorial
Erected by Potomac American Legion Harry Carpenter Post #428.
Topics. This memorial is listed in these topic lists: War, 1st Iraq & Desert Storm • War, 2nd Iraq • War, Spanish-American.
Location. 40° 18.109′ N, 87° 47.343′ W. Marker is near Potomac, Illinois, in Vermilion County. Memorial can be reached from U.S. 136 west of County Route N 840 E. In the back South West corner of the "Potomac Cemetery", which sets on South side of U.S. 136 just East out of the town of Potomac, Illinois. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Potomac IL 61865, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 13 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. World War II War Memorial (approx. 4.7 miles away); Henning (Illinois) War Memorial (approx. 4.7 miles away); Pilot Township (War) Memorial (approx. 5.4 miles away); The Original Milestone 121 (approx. 7.1 miles away); In Honor of Those Who Served (approx. 8.1 miles away); Everyday Heroes (approx. 11.1 miles away); Pioneer Jet Avaitors of the Korean War (approx. 12.2 miles away); In Honor of All Who Served (approx. 12.3 miles away).
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